Educating future generations of healthcare professionals is a vital part of our mission. We offer a variety of medical and allied health training opportunities as well as continuing education programs for physicians, nurses, and other providers, all designed with your needs — and those of cancer patients everywhere — in mind.
Graduate Medical Education
Memorial Sloan Kettering offers trainees programs in residencies, fellowships, medical student summer opportunities and observerships developing the next generation of oncology leaders.
Medical Student Opportunities
We offer an eight-week summer research program for aspiring physician-scientists and numerous clinical electives for final-year medical students.
Continuing Medical Education
Explore Memorial Sloan Kettering’s CME program and the courses currently open for registration.
Continuing Nursing Education
Learn more about the continuing education opportunities we offer to professionals in the nursing community.
International Healthcare Professionals
Healthcare professionals can learn more about how we provide cancer care through our workshops and our international observership program.
Integrative Medicine Online Education Courses
Browse continuing education course selections available to healthcare professionals and practitioners around the globe.
School of Radiation Therapy
This two-year, full-time program in radiation oncology technology has helped hundreds of people begin careers as radiation therapists.
This one-year program trains students to examine human cells for signs of harmful changes such as cancer and infection.
Clinical Translational Research Training Program
This award provides training opportunities for the next generation of translational cancer physicians.
Comskil: Communication Skills Training Program & Research Laboratory
MSK’s Comskil program seeks the most-effective and lasting approaches to training surgeons, oncologists, and others to communicate in a sensitive and productive manner.
Geriatric Education and Training Programs
As part of the Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, funded by a Health Resources and Services Administration grant awarded to Dr. Beatriz Korc-Grodzicki in 2015, the Geriatric Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering established the Geriatric Resource Interprofessional Program (GRIP).